Posts filed under: Senior Center

Daylight Saving Time is back, and spring is here, officially. The last patches of snow are disappearing, and the daffodils, crocuses, tulips and flowering trees are on their way. We...
It’s probably safe to say that there will be a morning—and it is just over that hill. Coming soon. Here's what's happening at the Senior Center....
The Spring Schedule 2021 covering March through May is an early insert in this edition. There is a lot to see – and you’ll probably want to have your calendar...
Winter season is winding down at CSC—which is not to say that there is not a lot happening—just that other than the Wednesday talks at 1 p.m., there are no...
Have you been sitting at home much? There’s no time like the present to sign up for an online exercise course or two. You are always welcome to try out...
For more expanded descriptions, as well as additional courses and talks, please visit CharlotteSeniorCenterVT.org....
Have patience—but stay as mentally and physically active as you can: Participate in a course, attend a Wednesday talk, take a walk. Here are just some of the offerings for...
Have you noticed that this issue of The Charlotte News has the new CSC Winter Schedule? Once you have a chance to take a look, it may be a little...
Treating everyone with kindness is a form of thanksgiving. And it can be great fun to perform random acts of kindness—anonymously. Give it a try! Have you been looking in vain...
The Winter Schedule, which covers December, January and February, will be an insert in this paper on 11/25, posted on the website on 12/1, and mailed out the first week...
Did you manage to find so much to do while the weather was nice that your days were just completely filled? Did you miss out on some classes that you...
The two Better Balance courses that Dee PT has presented have been very enthusiastically received. It is exciting that more than 30 people signed up for each of them—an expanded...
Outdoor activities are quickly drawing to a close—unless you like skiing and snow shoeing. For many of us, however, those pastimes are past times. Still, there is much to appreciate...
People are continuing to stay active—either with outdoor activities or with online classes—and there are a lot to choose from. If you are hesitant about going online, please call and...
Along with the fond memories of summer trips on the Nancy Ann, with the captain and his first mate (Al and Nancy Martin), not to be forgotten is the loyal...
The Senior Center building remains closed, but activities, art exhibits, presentations and courses are continuing—and expanding. Activities held outdoors, namely Kayaking for Women and Birding Expeditions, have started up again...
The Senior Center building remains closed, but things are happening. Those activities that are held outdoors, namely Kayaking for Women and Birding Expeditions, have started up again....
It is sad to say that the Senior Center building remains closed, but it’s exciting to note that activities held outdoors can take place. The online Zoom courses will continue...
It is now abundantly clear that there will not be a Grand Re-Opening of the Senior Center any time soon. Nor is there a phased re-opening plan....
As much as we may wish it to be so, the coronavirus emergency is not over, and it’s sad to say that life is not returning to normal anytime soon....